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wow. >> that's it for us on 9 news now at 6:00. and the "cbs evening news" with katie couric is next. >>> and don't forget, wusatv9.com is always on. have a great night. >> couric: tonight, important health news affecting millions of americans. a government panel says most women under 50 no longer need to be screened for breast cancer. and new concerns about two of the most popular cholesterol will have lowering drugs. i'm katie couric. also tonight mr. who? tear down that firewall. president obama challenges china's government to allow unfettered access to the internet. sarah palin back on the trail, this time selling a book. and he version of the 2008 presidential campaign. and what has steve hartmann gotten himself into now? >> good lord! you are kidding me! >> couric: wait until you see tonight's "assignment america." captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. snipe and good evening, everyone. we're beginning with a story that will affect millions of american women. government health experts made a major change today in the guidelines fo
." captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. snipe and good evening, everyone. we're beginning with a story that will affect millions of american women. government health experts made a major change today in the guidelines for breast cancer screening. with nearly 200,000 women in this country expected to be diagnosed this year and more than 40,000 expected to die from it, early detection has long been emphasized as a way to save lives. and over a recent two-year period, 64% of women in their 40s got a mammogram. 40 has been the age women were told to start getting screened, but now the experts say most women should wait until they're 50. dr. jennifer ashton is with us tonight. jennifer, that is major shift in what we've been told for years. >> reporter: that's right, katie. these new guidelines challenge long-standing guidelines for detecting breast cancer. they come from a respected panel of government medical expert which is regularly makes recommendations on how to prevent disease. >> no, don't jump! don't jump! >> reporter: 42-year-old jessica mos
. so spare parts on their way. >>> sarah palin's new book by the way has some harsh words for katie couric. she writes that the cbs anchor was condescending, biassed and badgering during their interview. and palin said that she was annoyed by couric's constant president. >> my friend betsy, she-s the curtain to get back stage, and there's the perky one again with the cameras rolling, i'm like, dang, give me a couple of minutes to gather -- >> the perky one. >> the quality of the interview and the questions speak for themselves. >>> five men have been arrested after allegedly using a fake sir war hadn't rying to rob a back. they demanded money. the fbi says they handcuffed and threatened a bank manager when he refused to turn over the cash. >>> four people have died after their car was hit by a train. this happened near the south carolina, georgia state line last night. the car tried to get around a crossing arm and beat the amtrak train. it pushed the car a mile down the tracks before coming to a stop. no one on the train was hurt. >>> more folks across the country are going hungry,
or another, a birth a disappointment. today, katie is 110. >> in the post lady's hand is the birthday card which will make somebody very happy or very cross. waiting upstairs, katie masters, 110 today. we first met her after her 109th birthday. she was so sick of getting the same card from the clean every year, she wrote to buckingham palace to complain. >> what did you not like? >> the dress. yellow. every year. >> you were fed up with that? >> yes. >> the palace took her complaint so seriously, prince william was sent round to her care home to apologize. he promised he would make sure next time she would get a different card. which brings us to today. >> this is the moment of truth. "happy 110th birthday." >> the ninth year. >> from her majesty. >> looking on, the queen in her dreaded yellow dress. >> oh, look. [unintelligible] it is blue. >> it is blue. >> is lovely. -- it is lovely. oh, yes. that will do. that will do. >> you prefer that one? >> yes. >> it is the present she wanted most of all. the question now -- what color would you like next year? >> [unintelligible] [laughter] >> b
by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> rodriguez: good evening, katie is off tonight. president obama is finally ready to announce his new strategy for the war in afghanistan. it will come next week in an address to the nation. and the question is not whether he'll send more u.s. troops, but how many. by january, 68,000 will be on the ground in afghanistan. and as our david martin first reported earlier this month, the president is expected to approve most of the additional 40,000 troops that have been requested by the commanding general stanley mcchrystal. but that could be a tough sell in congress. chief white house correspondent chip reid begins our coverage tonight. chip? >> reporter: well, good evening, maggie. after a long, agonizing process, the president finally said today he's made a decision on afghanistan. but he also said he's still not ready to tell the american people exactly what that decision is. it took the president nearly two and a half months and nine long meetings with his war council to finally settle on a new plan for afghanistan. >> it is my in
, phillip garrido abduct and raped a young woman named katie callaway 37 he was caught, convicted an accepts tepsed to 50 years in prison, but he was released after just 11 years behind bars. his victim katie callaway hall joins us from las vegas. thank you for taking some time with us. >> good morning. >> i can only imagine your outrage that phillip garrido went unsupervised for so long. what's your reaction to the inspector's report? >> well, to say they dropped the ball is an under statement as far as i'm concerned. there was so many mistakes made all throughout the years. i understand we're talking to california parole board right now, but he's been on parole for almost 21 years. and that first ten 10, 11 year, when he got jaycee, where were those people? they should be held accountable, too. >> and i was going to ask you, in addition to the crimes that he allegedly committed against jaycee dugard, who else should be held accountable for this? >> well, i think the -- like i said, the federal parole board that he was under the jurisdiction of for the first 11 years. i mean, he was three y
that will make somebodvery, vy happy, were very, very cross waiting upstrs, katie masters, 110 toda wefirst met r after her 109th rthday. she w so sick of getting the same card fm the queen every year, shwrote to buckingham palace to complain. what to do not likbout them? >> headdress. yellow. th was one thing. every ar. >> you got fed up with it? >> yes. >> the palace took her complaints so seriously, prince william was sent rod t hurt care home to apoloze. assured her nexttime she would get a different card >> this is the moment of tru. >thank you. >> appy 100th brthday from her ajesty. -- ppy 110th birthday from her majesty. is there the dreaded yellow ress? >> oh, look. it is blue. >> it is blue. >> that isovely. lovely. oh, yes. that will do. at will do. >> y prefer that one? >> yes. >> is theresent she wanted most of all. the questio now -- what color would you like xt year? wh's [laughter] > b news. >> one tisfiedustomer at last scientists are saying thehave discoveremorehan 5000 new species living in the deepest region of the ocean. this is part of the 10-year sty into deepea life. it inc
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at the country music awards. >>> first katie you're rick has a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news." >>> american employees spend an hour and a half online during the workday and many of the sites they visit aren't exactly job related. and now businesses are watching. we'll show you how they're cracking down tonight only on the "cbs evening news." ♪ >>> there she is looking beautiful. taylor swift was the big winner of last night's country music award show in nashville, taking home four awards, including entertainer of the year. and this is kind of funny, brad paisley and carrie underwood took a musical shot at conway west who interrupted swift at the mtv music awards show. smoet don't let your babies grow up to be kanye ♪ >> at just 19 years old, taylor swift is the youngest ever named the cma's 13wer takener of the year. >>> former heavy weight boxing champ mike tyson was arrested after a scuffle yesterday at los angeles international airport. tyson was book order suspicion of misdemeanor battery and later released, are as was the paparazzi photographer he scuffled with. both
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annually. >> katie couric will have much more on this story including reaction from the medical community about what it is saying. that is coming up at 6:30 on the "cbs evening news." >>> right now, friends and family are coming together to remember a 9-year-old boy shot in his own home. oscar fuentes was killed in an apartment on saturday night in the 1400 block of columbia road. amando troll joins us from the neighborhood with more. >> reporter: oscar's friends are out here sitting on the front step of the apartment building and when i spoke to oscar's relatives hours after he was gunned down, the picture they painted was quite different. they said on any given night, what you would see out here would be criminal, drug dealers and gang members and said one of the gang members followed the family into their apartment and when the family closed the door, he shot through that door, killing him. 9-year-old oscar fuentes was killed by a shot fired through the front door of his apartment when he was looking through the peephole. >> translator: we heard the shot. oscar ran to his room and to u
, thinking small wasn't an option for troy and katie shreve. we're probably the largest home out here, and once we started building, it just got bigger and bigger. i wanted a home where our kids felt safe and warm and that they could bring their friends to and a place to gather. we have seven bathrooms, six bedrooms. it is about 8,400-square-foot. my favorite room is the bathroom because of the great tub, and it's private, and i get away. troy and katie built the house about 7 miles from downtown for $825,000. it's now worth 1.1 million big ones. we're livin' life large in nebraska. (cheering) and that's what a cool mil buys you in lincoln, raleigh and l.a. thanks for watching. one of the pieces of advice that i always give people
's talk about the interview with katie couric. >> oh, must we? >> yeah. did you think that was a sim noll defining moment for you? >> i did not the and neither did the campaign. the campaign said good, right on, you're showing your independence, and this is what america needs to see and it was a good interview. and i'm thinking, if you thought this was a good interview, i don't know what a bad interview was. because i knew it wasn't a good interview. >> reporter: but in the book obtained by the associated press, palin describeds the interview as badgering and biased. at the same time she writes tat campaign kept her bottled up from reporters. written at break neck speed with a collaborator and already number one on amazon even before its release. palin titles her book "going rogue," don'ting the mccain's wrap on her. for instance, they called her a diva for wanting to deliver her own concession speech. mccain vetoed that. >> okay, listen up, everybody, i'm going rogue right now. so keep your voices down. available now, we got a bunch of these t-shirts. >> reporter: now it's payback time,
's another day here on wjz 13 this sunday. ravens. you can catch the game at 1:00, here on wjz 13. >>> katie couric has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. >> some of your favorite singers have been using it for years, the vocal enhancing program called auto tune that can make anyone sound like a pop star. so why are some critics so against it? that story tonight, ons the cbs even -- on the cbs evening news. >>> a much-needed break for jobless americans. an american relief bill. >>> cockpit computers. two pilots admit they missed their airport. how lawmakers are reacting. >>> doubtful claims. misleading consumers with labels. eyewitness news at 4:00 continues with denise and vic right after this. >>> it is 4:28. 68 degrees. scattered clouds. >> i'm denise koch. here's what people are talking about. >> parents across the country trust kelloggs' cereal. but could the words on the box be misleading your family? certain boxes of kelloggs claim to help support your child's immunity. that claim has lawmakers crying foul. >> reporter: skepticism from some los angeles pare
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cain's campaign staffers for not allowing her to speak more freely and she questions her interview with katie couric and the relationship with levy johnston. going rogue is seen at her shot of redemption from being thrust into the national spotlight in last year's presidential campaign. an expert on republican strategy joined us in the studio this morning to talk more about that. >> the discussion in the book about the staff, by kind of keeping her in the box, i think there is some truth to that. think there were some staff members that she was not well served by and they're approach because they didn't dig down and see where she was connected with voters and what she was all about. is there a potential for her in the future? i think absolutely. and i think what she's doing on this book tour is basically showing herself and we'll see how much of a makeover there is in terms of the eyes of the press. >> palin has not revealed her political plans for 2012. >>> the pilot behind the mirac on the hudson is blasting a new book about the famed flight. captain chesley sullenberger says the book overs
the media, katie couric, brian williams, robin roberts, and sanjay gupta. you are looking at video right now. let's take our next telephone call from houston, missouri. david on the independent line, go ahead. caller: we would rather see our tax dollars paid to hunt down osama bin laden than to pay for health care on 20 million illegal aliens. thank you. host: thank you. next telephone call is from santa rosa, calif. on the democrats' line. good morning. caller: i was wondering if any of the troop surge included catching bin laden. i have not heard any more about that. t again. host: thank you. chile, republican -- joey, republican line. caller: i think we should stay the course. if we pulled out now, everybody who has died would have died in vain. all these democrats will are saying that we need to pull out. they have no idea. look what happened in somalia when those rangers wanted support and clinton denied it. democrats are likely need to pull out. clinton was the calveroward. 18 rangers and countless others died in vain. if we do not stay the course, everybody who has died in iraq and af
on the attacks that she had taken from the katie couric interview and whether or not john mccain had scolded her for the way she did that interview. take a look. bill: clearly in your book you feel that katie couric was out to get you. >> i let the transcripts speak for itself and readers will decide for themselves if she had any kind of bias or nonobjective. bill: you think she was out to get you. it's different than gibson. >> i think that she was out to get -- if you will, anyone who didn't believe in her perspective. it's not like she was going to get in there and be, i think, unbiased, objective, and fair. bill: interesting. >> but it is my bad. it is my mistake. it is my inexperience in dealing with the media elite in my response a very annoyed response to a very annoying question. bill: john mccain did, he ever scold you after the couric interview and gibson interview? did he ever call you and tell you sarah, have you got to elevate your name. >> he was nothing but positive, encouraging and supportive. >> no contention between you. >> not an ounce of contention, no. brian: i know you are
his love for then girlfriend katie holmes. it's a clip that has been seen countless times. and so has this one -- the start of season 19 when to the surprise of everyone oprah handed out presents to her audience members. each one of them, the keys to their very own new car. as we have seen, she can be incredibly generous and profoundly moving. breaking down on camera. oprah is a self-made success story. "forbes" ranks her amongst the wealthiest people on the planet and says she's worth $2.5 billion. she's also donated $40 million to create two girl schools in south africa and dozens of other schools through her angel network built around the world. the network has helped build and restore hundreds of homes in the wakes of hurricane cutrena and rita. she has also shared personal battles, especially with her weight. in 1988 she wheeled out 67 pounds of fat, that's how much weight she lost back then, many women followed her lead and went on diets. since then, she's continued struggling and it's always center stage. there are a lot of firsts for oprah. 1996, deep end of the ocean was chos
. dick, good to see you. i thought it was a good interview, what did you think? >> yes, when katie couric is your baseline. but i have to tell you something. i love sarah palin to death. you recall the big fight i got into with the guy that used to do the shows with you about her and everything. sean: right. >> but i think she really hurt herself by resigning, and i didn't hear an adequate explanation for that. the one thing you have to like about hillary is she never quits. she always stays in there. sean: so you think for her running, if she decides to run in 2012, that would be the biggest abstack l. >> a big obstacle. but everybody's got an obstacle. romney is being hurt because of the metaphor of the health care bill he passed in massachusetts. huckabee is hurt because he's in that ecclesiastic ghetto. sean: what's that? >> that he's great on values and on social issues, but you don't turn to him on inflation and the economy, and he's got to be good on those issues to win. sean: let me turn the tables on you and say if governor palin sought dick morris' advice -- you've been there ad
. then there was the katie couric interview. >> do you think that was a seminal, defining moment for you, that interview? >> i did not and neither did the campaign. in fact, that is why segment two and three and four and maybe five were scheduled. the campaign said, right on, good, you're showing your independence, this is what america needs to see. it was a good interview. and of course i'm thinking, if you thought that was a good interview, i don't know what a bad interview was. because i knew it wasn't a good interview. >> reporter: just before palin resigned as alaska's governor she reveals in the book her legal bills topped $500,000 due mostly to ethics complaints. there's a $50,000 legal bill linked to the mccain campaign, part of the cost of vetting her. then a family matter involving levi johnston, father of her grandson. >> he is part of the family. he needs that too. i think he needs to know that he is loved and he has the most beautiful child. and this can all work out for good. it really can. we don't have to keep going down this road of controversy and drama all the time. >> as for palin's
will get the biggest bang for your buck. katie and ben brunt wanted to take their 1960s ranch and fast-forward it a half a century. we live in sandy springs, georgia. the neighborhood is mostly early '60s split-level ranch homes. this is a '60s ranch. it had all the original fixtures and was absolutely 1960s. before, it was just dated. it had poor functionality, poor flow, inadequate countertop space and inadequate cabinetry. after the renovation, there's just so much more room. there's so much more light coming in. we wound up increasing square footage by about a third. when i walked into the new kitchen, i felt like it was actually my home. in the old kitchen, we didn't have any seating, so it was important for us to incorporate that in the new design. so we went with the glass to match the pendant and also bring in the curvature of the handles that are on the cabinetry, and it almost disappears. our first decision was to have a dark cabinet and a lighter countertop. i went into the granite showroom and fell in love with this green, which is very light green, and just came upon this
their designs and turn them into ties. >> thomas' tie is all about sanity a. katie, who has cystic fibrosis, likes snowmen. >> it's a white christmas. you build snowmens, >> family members say the program is a big boost to kids who've already been through so much. >> with katie, she's just been so excited. it's something that i said is once in a lifetime. so she's very excited. >> through her artwork, this represents life growing, and i just think it's amazing that she has the spirit. >> the ties have long been sold in joseph a. bank stores along the east coast, but this year for the first time, the ties are going nationwide. last year, miracle tie sales raised $50,000 for the children's center. and this year they hope to raise even more. >> thank you! >> jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> nice. >> that's such a great event every year. we have a bunch of those ties. they're terrific. >> we're going wear them. it is 6:28 and 50 degrees on tv hill. more news coming up. >> residents in one maryland town still feeling the effects of that nor'easter. see what they're doing to save their ho
interview with katie couric. >> i was wearing my attitude on my sleeve, which i should not have been. i had just done an op-ed. i had been interviewed by those national media outlets. very unprofessional of me. my fault. my bad that i answered the way that i answered. jon: she says she cannot predict what will happen in 2012. as for her family, she said that she was devastated when her daughter said that she was pregnant. she commented on the father of the baby, who has said that he has detrimental information on her. she told barbara walters that he has nothing on her. jane: lots of confusion this morning about breast health and mammograms. a government panel has released new breast cancer screening guidelines. the group says that women do not need mammograms in their '40's and that everyone should get one every few years or so. the panel also found that self- exams ultimately do not do a lot of good. this is a dramatic break from what the american cancer society has said for so long. dr. manny alvarez is here to tell us what to do with this information. he is a part of our medical a team.
of the republican party. charles? >> osgood: thank you, harry. we'll be watching. now here's katie couric with a preview of this week's "cbs evening news." >> couric: you have keys for your house and for your car but this man has turned keys into a hobby collecting as many keys to the city or cities as he can. assignment america: monday. only on the "cbs evening news." >> osgood: ahead now here on sunday morning.... >> reporter: excuse me. is this healthy? >> osgood: mo rocca, calorie counter. >> reporter: can i get this? >> absolutely not. not on my watch. pure happiness. ♪ i'll stop the world and melt with you... ♪ pure delight. pure delicious chocolate with almonds. pure hershey's. their hopes are as different as their headquarters. their styles as unique as their strategies. for 200 years, the hartford has helped... businesses of all kinds... protect themselves today. and prepare their employees for tomorrow. visit thehartford.com to learn more. and with the hartford behind you, achieve what's ahead of you. ♪ about drivers getting distracted by text messages. as the nation's num
-- trade and economic policy and climate change and north korea's nuclear program and katie sergeant, is at the news conference where the meeting wrapped up. >> reporter: it was a big day for him and other leaders from pacific rim nations, including russia. president obama and russian president dmitry medvedev met on the sidelines of the summit and reported progress on negotiation for a new start treaty on reducing nuclear arms, it expires on december 5th and that is for a re-- as for a replacement treaty the president says they are getting there. >> president barack obama: our goal continues to be to complete the negotiations, and to be able to sign a deal before the end of the year. and, i'm confident that if we work hard and with a sense of urgency about it that we should be able to get that done and i very much feel as if both sides are trying to work through difficult technical issues but are doing so in good faith. >> reporter: of course economic and trade issues are ostensibly why they get together for the summits and on that front the leaders noted the world's economy has beg
to that question came back to haunt her again, in an interview of katie couric, as did couric's qstion about what she reads. >> what specifically, i'm curious? >> reporter: why didn't you answer? >> i was wearing my annoyance on my sleeve. and i shouldn't have done that. it seemed like she was asking, do you read? how in alaska are you connected tohe world? when i had just done an op-ed in our hometown newspaper for "the new york times." i had just been interviewed by all those national media outlets. that surprised me that she hadn't done that home work. very unprofessional of me, though. my fault, my bad, that i answered the way i answered. and that was with the proverbial roll of the eyes. are you kidding me? >> reporter: but the result of that interview, which palin says was unfairly edited, was that she was unqualified to be vice president. palin says in her book, this was reinforced by deliberate leaks to the press, by some anonymous members of john mccain's staff. towards the end of the campaign, the press reports quoted unnamed mccain aides, calling you a diva. you know this. a whack job.
image. >> reporter: and a way to settle old scores. >> let's talk about the interview with katie couric. >> must we? >> yes. >> okay. >> reporter: in the book obtained by the associated press, palin says couric was badgering and had a political agenda. some of her toughest words were for the mccain campaign handlers who praised the interview. >> i think if you thought that was a good interview, i don't know what a bad interview was because i knew it wasn't a good interview. >> as reflected on nbc's "saturday night live." >> well, in that case, i'm just going to have to get back to ya. >> there was a caricature drawn of sarah palin that was unfavorable to sarah palin, and i think the book tour, you know, the appearance on television were all designed to sort of rehabilitate that image. >> reporter: the man who put palin in the national spotlight says he hadn't read her book yet. >> i just received a signed copy of it from her yesterday, so i'll read it with interest. >> reporter: at least one democrat says she sees palin in a new light. >> now i see her more as a family person, as a wife
the interview with katie couric. >> must we? >> did you think that was a seminal, defining moment for you, that interview? >> i did not. >> oprah is by far the biggest television personality in the industry. she's a force. she's not just a tv star. >> reporr: the talk show star has used her fame and weth for pet causes, founding a school in africa, raising money to fight diseases, and launching spin-off stars such as dr. phil and decorator nate burkis, and organizer peter walsh. >> talk to us about this space. >> reporter: oprah's best friend, gayle ki, is famous for being -- well, oprah's friend. the host elevated chicago's profile with her own, traveling to denmark to lobby for the city's failed olympic bid, and getting emotional in grant park over the election of chicago's own back obama. >> this happened because we did this. we did this, america did this. barack's victory is america's victory. that's what's so great about it. >> reporter: a statement from oprah's production company hints her career isn't over. saying, together we plan to make history in the next 20 months and beyond.
of katie. you know... runaway stage. well, dinner will be ready in a few minutes. imagine what a little time can do for your family. vehicle and ran up the hill is when things started getting pretty bad. and we started encountering fire. >> reporter: sergeant munley is still in the hospital recovering from those bullet wounds. secretary of defense robert gates was one of her first visitors. >>> a california man is due to turn himself in today charged with wearing military medals he never urned. steven burton showed up at a high school reunion in june dressed as a decorated marine veteran. a suspicious classmate who is a navy commander contacted the fbi. if convicted of federal impersonation charges burton could be sentenced to a year in prison. >>> former heavyweight champ mike tyson and a celebrity photographer duked it out at the l.a. airport last night. both say they will file charges. tyson was arrested and relaelsed after allegedly hitting the photographer who fell and cut his forehead. tyson was traveling with his family. he says he was just trying to protect his infant daughter f
! hold on! take my hand! what are you guys doing out here? dad was just helping me take care of katie. you know... runaway stage. well, dinner will be ready in a few minutes. imagine what a little time can do for your family. >>> president obama promises to finish the fight in afghanistan. >> we are going to dismantle and degrade their capabilities. >> we'll get all the details about how he plans to do just that early next week. >>> performance fallout. ♪ >> adam lambert's american music awards appearance brings about changes in abc's plans to put him back on tv. >>> and, no corks to pop but that doesn't mean it's bad wine. >> i had some experiences with boxed wine which was not very good. coming here and tasting this wine, i was incredibly surprised. >> a chance to drink it all in on this wednesday, november 25th. >> cheers. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> they call them chateau cardboard. or franzia or whatever you want to call it. >> they're apparently a lot of steps up from franzia in terms of pedigree. >> i've had franzia. >> pete, have you had it yet? >> yeah. >
for easily and speaking about her interview with katie couric and levy johnston. >> this is sarah palin's story that she -- this is her account of it so i think it's very typical to see many different sides of the story. >> palin did not, however, reveal her political plans for 2012 nor is he talking about that. and joining us now the president of the terrance group, a national republican polling firm and republican strategist who offers some counsel for the campaign. thank you for oining us this morning. >> glad to be here. >> and let's talk about going rogue. and this came from staffers, what they called her for doing her own thing. what significance does the title have now that she embraces that? >> she brought a lot to the table. i worked at the convention and with her and in terms of the speech she gave. she connected with a large number of voters out there in a very big way. in fact, one of the things we saw in the polling coming out of the convention, it's the only time that -- that ten day period was the only time the mccain campaign was in the lead. so she did bring a lot to th
were slightly injured. cruise was not there at the time. >>> right now katie couric has a preview of tonight's cbs evening news. >>> concerned about health care reform and what the key issues of cost, the public option and medicare will mean for you? we'll have a reality check tonight only on the "cbs evening news." now back to "the early show." >>> it is now 8:05. let's go outside to dave, let's wait and see, price. he has another check of the weather. >> you know what, harry pointed out to me just a couple meants ago that we aare neglecting the people at the very end of the lines. so let's say hello to these fine folks from south carolina. they're on a tour here and we have these people celebrating a 50th anniversary. you must have gotten married when you're ten. you know what i'm saying, it's a compliment. and a first great fwrand children, waiting for it to be born. it could happen while we do the weather. let's take a check of the weather picture. trouble brewing. it looks like this system, this low pressure system, is going to roll on through. kind of gain? some strength tue
old. >>> right now, katie couric has a preview of tonight's cbs evening news sfloop emergency building your own 747 one piece at a team p. we'll introduce to you a man who is doing just that in "assignment:america" tonight, only on the cbs evening news owing. now back to "the early show." >>> dave price is out on assignment, so i'll have a check of the weather. much of the east coast will enjoy a sun any day after last week's fierce nor cease ter. it will also be beautiful across much of the south. it will be gray and rainy across the lower midwest. parts of the central plains may pick up a few inches of wet snow. the southwest will be sunny and police after thely mild, and the northwest can expect to >> announcer: this weather report sponsored by maybelline new york. maybe she is born with it. maybe it's maybelline. >>> it is now 8:05. now here's maggie. >>> we turn now to some drama on the high seas. a couple from washington state and their two dogs were forced to abandon ship, but luckily, they were rescued in style. for christopher miller and brandy meissner, this was not the adven
, katie couric, and a number of other administration officials. the fact that they were standing right next to them is shocking. the only time they appeared to finally sort of have to sneak out was right before guests were seated for dinner in the tent that was erected on the south lawn. >> fran, let me ask you one more thing about this. even if they didn't have weapons, they went through magnetometers, look, i can't walk up to the president unannounced and start talking to him and i've been in the news media for 30 years. this is still an enormous breach of security. >> oh, absolutely. and i can assure you that the chief of staff -- any white house chief of staff ought to be pretty angry about this and want to get to the bottom of it. my understanding is, from having spoken to folks at the white house, is that the secret service is looking in to exactly how the breach took place. let's remember, this is a felony. if you lie to a federal official, either to the secret service or to the social secretary, if they lied their way to get in -- and it seems they would have had to have done t
she sees as her tormenters in the campaign and the media. >> let's talk about the interview with katie couric. >> must we? >> yeah. >> okay. >> what newspapers and magazines did you regularly read? >> did you think that was a seminole defining moment for you, that interview? >> i did not, and neither did the campaign. >> all of them, any of them that have been in front of me over all these years. the campaign said right on, good, you're showing your independence, this is what america needs to see. i'll try to find you some and i'll bring them to ya. of course, i'm thinking, if you thought that was a good interview, i don't what a bad interview was, because i knew it wasn't a good interview. >> reporter: but in her book obtained by the "associated press," palin described the interview as badgering and biased. at the same time, she writes the campaign kept her bottled up from reporters. written at brkneck speed with a collaborator, palin titles her book "going rogue," adopting the mccain campaign's anonymous spike. they called her a diva for demanding a chance to deliver her own concessi
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